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>> stephanie: hello, good morning. i'm a beautifully unique sparkle pony. bell [ laughter ] >> why? because my boyfriend, chris kluwe is calling in to celebrate marriage equality. >> i think the lovely mrs. kluwe will take issue with you calling him that. >> stephanie: karl joining us first out of the right-wing world. my favorite tweet, just hashtag
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gloat. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: we have melissa fitzgerald, mudcat, and representative adam schiff hooray. >> yes. >> we are still basking in the after glow. >> stephanie: we are. i'm going to have a cigarette and i don't even smoke. here is jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. as of this hour florida is still counting votes from tuesday's election. and the president has won mitt romney has conceded the nation is moving forward. so what is the problem? usa today called it a combination of poor management lack of capacity and systemic dysfunction. the election supervisors are elected officials, so that's an issue, also miami dade management blames the ten-page complicated ballot for causing people to take as much as 40
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minutes to fill it out. as many laws that were tried to pass this year to disenfranchise democratic voters it wasn't the legislation, but simply the long lines that held people up. that's mostly do to logistics beyond the law. former congress woman gabby giffords and her husband may be in court today facing the man who shot giffords killed six people as we faces sentencing. the struck a plea deal back in august, that gives him life in prison and spares the victims a long emotional trial. kelly will read a statement on behalf of the two of them, but the ap says now it is unclear who will appear and be reading
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any statements. he has been declared mentally unfit. we'll be back after this. >>tax cuts don't create jobs. the golden years as the conservatives call them, we had the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs. those are facts. >>"if you ever raise taxes on the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true! what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone is ready with the know-how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at ♪ ♪
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which is also available from chris kluwe to raise money for marriage equality. >> stephanie: yes. we have mudcat saunders and melissa fitzgerald representative adam schiff we're still basking. and jim is still experiencing gastrointestinal problems from the election day. [ farting sounds ] [ explosion ] >> stephanie: which is expected. i was a little tense earlier in the week. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: so lots -- oh accept we are morning the creator of mochi has died. and they buried her into a big tub of pink berry. [♪ circus music ♪] >> yes. >> stephanie: no, they did not.
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i'm sorry -- you know what i'm having a diane suer -- sawyer. >> i watched her last night just to make sure she was back on track, and she was fine. >> stephanie: oh good. now here he is! ♪ karl ♪ >> stephanie: karl frisch ♪ >> stephanie: good morning karl frisch. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i was saying yours was the most succinct tweet of the day, just hashtag gloat. >> i know. we didn't lose anything.
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>> stephanie: yes, but there are were so many extra gifts right now. you said it was like watching "american idol" from tween girls. >> i'm afraid that's it with sexy liberal. you are going to have to do like a tour where it's -- you know okay. everybody pretend like it's five years ago, because i can't -- >> michele bachmann is still around. >> oh, yeah, that's true. and marcus must have been worried about that one. >> stephanie: yes. that would have been a stylist job gone in minnesota. >> mischel bachmann was given an even more republican district. >> yeah. >> stephanie: and that was a tight one. >> yeah that's the first time
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anybody -- never mind. >> stephanie: i know where you were going, and don't go there. [ buzzer ] >> and somebody from the sonny bono family is not going to be representing the palm springs area. >> her husband who was a congressman oning for senate, and they both lost. and they actually have to see each overall the time now. >> she was never in the valley anyway. >> stephanie: yeah, and he remains a man named connie. >> there is that. >> stephanie: karl watching right-wing world it gives me even more -- because they still don't get it. >> no -- >> stephanie: i realize you can't run against santa claus! that's what it is you can't beat santa claus. nobody is getting free stuff.
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>> right. >> stephanie: and he was talking about they lost hugely in the latino vote. >> yeah. >> stephanie: and he is like i don't understand we have martinez -- condoleezza rice i don't get it! that's why. you can't use human props. people aren't stupid. >> and then rush is like maybe we give them amnesty. >> yeah. that's the way to build a coalition, rush. >> stephanie: the president truly does stuff because he believes it is the right thing. the only reason now i think we might get comprehensive immigration reform is because they think there is something in it politically. >> and there is not. maybe a handful will benefit at the state level, but when you see how far down they have gone with the hispanic vote. i think that's more than just
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solved by one legislative action even if it does -- you know solve the problem. >> stephanie: i heard a lot latinos interviewed and part of the problem is the way they speak about latinos. can we stop calling them illegals? they are human beings. and there are a large amount of people that know somebody that loves somebody that may be here that are undocumented. it's the way they talk about them. >> yeah like they are not human beings. >> yeah. yeah. >> if you think about it it's not just hispanics, latinos, it's african-americans, lbgt people -- >> asian people went heavily for the democrats this time. >> stephanie: yeah. >> they talked about women like their private parts were some magical territory, where you
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couldn't know, you just had to guess. >> stephanie: bottom line there is all of this analysis why did romney take so long to concede? they have their own set of facts and numbers and things that are completely incorrect right? >> yeah. >> stephanie: they are watching karl rove, and oh yes our numbers are right. >> i watched that clip over and over and over. [ laughter ] >> it is unfortunate so many people are cutting kelly walking down the hallway so short, because it really is fun how she awkwardly maneuvers 600 feet. >> yeah. >> it tells you that they practiced this. >> stephanie: yeah. >> they were expecting to dispute what their own experts
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were telling them. >> stephanie: yeah. >> although it was nice to see them go to a couple of experts, rather than some inanimate objects. >> right? >> stephanie: all right. let's dive into the right-wing world. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: they were saying a lot of romney supporters were literally stunned, and that's because they listen to their own people only. >> yeah. >> i don't know what the unskewed poll guy is going to do now. >> oh, my god. >> he can get the mail. >> stephanie: he can get nate silver's coffee. rush limbaugh yesterday. >> mitt romney and his family would have been the essence of exactly what this country needs, but what was romney's recipe? romney's recipe was the old stand by american root to success. hard work. that gets smeared at.
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i'm sorry in a country of children where the option is santa claus or work, what wins? i went to bed thinking all of this discussion we have had being the election that will tell us whether or not we lost the country. i went to bed last night thinking we lost the question. [ baby crying ] >> time to move to the dominican republican. >> he better be careful, if he gets too far off of the rails, he might go back to the happy pills. >> stephanie: yeah, they still don't get it. >> they are not going to get it -- particularly the ones in the media are not going to get it because their recipe to success is not an american presidency. so they have a vested interest not to get it, so to speak. their ratings would have gone down if mitt romney was
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president. >> yeah. >> when you consider that -- when you consider what they have to do is try to emulate what their base is feeling, i think that's what we're looking for here. >> stephanie: i was going to say, let's hope for rush limbaugh's sake that there is something that -- i guess the american people are going to like about being insulted every day now. you are all stupid -- >> well, that's the risk right? it's not just the insulting. it's if republicans do not work with president obama when, you know, this election was really about that and the president's efforts, the republicans still won't come to the table, i think that that is potentially -- you know, intent -- incredibly damaging for them in 2014. >> stephanie: right. we wish rush and glen with the whole america's suck for the next four years. >> this is showing me that the body of america is even sicker
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than i thought it was. >> i am fascinated by our country, because we have changed so rapidly. 12 years ago i could say with real assurance, i knew who americans were. >> stephanie: that has got to hurt the most karl, glenn beck is disappointed in you. >> well 16 years ago, glenn beck knew why to get his cocaine. >> stephanie: yes. >> love it or leave it. >> stephanie: yes. >> i was looking at my dictionary looking for a better word than shoden freud to explain absolute nirvana. >> stephanie: all right. karl frisch remains the side
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♪ ♪ dancing, dancing, dancing -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ oh, baby, baby ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." [ laughter ] >> stephanie: welcome to it, twenty-two minutes after the hour. karl frisch did you enjoy donald trump or ted nugent's meltdown more? >> watching right-wing evan gel calls was even more fantastic. >> victoria jackson was awesome.
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>> stephanie: oh, that was wonderful. >> yeah, that was fabulous. i -- i just think when -- there's no way to even say that you didn't get just spanked if you are an evangelical when you consider the good guys won in marriage equality in four states that we elected the senate's first lesbian and six, maybe seven members of congress that are lbgt and an openly gay person in the state legislature. all of the things that they would have wanted. >> stephanie: donald trump -- this is our whole point of why they are so stunned. because they don't believe in arithmetic.
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donald trump tweeted obama lost the popular vote let's have a revolution -- >> no, he didn't. >> stephanie: he won. >> when the votes came in, he won everything. >> stephanie: yeah. >> donald trump was a guy who went bankrupt with a casino. >> yeah that's hard to do. >> so numbers are not his friend. >> stephanie: even sheldon adleson was like what a dope. ann coulter. >> i think romney ran just on his own force of will a magnificent campaign -- [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> he was so good in the debate. he had a serious plan for fixing real problems, concentrated on jobs. that was the important issue. if mitt romney cannot win in this economy then the tipping point has been reached. we have more takers than makers and it's over. >> you were the one that said if
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christie wasn't elected you would get mitt romney and you would lose. >> stephanie: yes, a little flip flop. >> i think she has already been turned. >> stephanie: yeah. >> they can keep talking about it in this way and i'm more than happy to trumpet what they are saying because the more they talk like this, the more they can hand it over to the democrats. if you look at young people more young people turned out this time than last time but president obama did worse with them. he lost a few percent of their vote. so what does it tell you? it tells you it is not lost for the republicans yet in the future, and we have to continue to work our tails off. >> stephanie: yep. heather naward on fox and friends. >> 32% of the people we spoke to said the response to the storm
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was important, and 15% said it was the most important issue -- >> i can't believe those numbers. >> we are the shallowest country in the history of man, one photo opof a man walking over a two-by four. >> stephanie: oh, my god. that's the whole difference, karl, hurricane katrina, everybody saw what happened. this was the exact opposite. it wasn't just a photo op. it was the republican governor explaining everything the president had done. >> right. >> i could have done that. >> they felt it was different too. i keep waiting for this moment on fox news where -- like in the wizard of oz when it goes from black and white to tech any color? >> yeah. >> i'm waiting for it to go back to black and white on fox news. that's when things go back to
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normal. until then we have to watch these flying monkeys. >> stephanie: it literally has become like the simpson's old man shaking his stick at the clouds. >> right. >> stephanie: rush limbaugh. >> we are outnumbered and losing ground. this was not a glitch. this is the trend that happened last night. this is the trend. we outnumbers. whether you want to put it in terms of have we lost the country or not, there is no other explanation. i don't care if there are more republicans that didn't vote. why didn't they? >> stephanie: it is going to be hard to have a talk radio show for four years when apparently you are supposed to shut up. ♪ shut up shut up ♪ ♪ shut up ♪ ♪ shut up ♪ >> shut up!
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♪ um, um, um ♪ >> shut up! >> shut up! >> stephanie: as i recall there was a specific reason that you have to shut up. >> shut up! just shut up! just go away bury yourselves in your rat holes. when you win an election you can put all of these whackos on but until then shut up! >> let's just start chatting about -- let's say seven supreme court justices that obama gets to replace. >> yeah. >> stephanie: i know. >> a couple of actual liberals? >> stephanie: guess what i saved for dessert. dick morris. >> this is not a mandate, and the republican party needs to work with him when he is positive, but otherwise we need to stand up against the socialist agenda and stop him
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from fundamentally changing the united states. >> was that from television or his web series on youtube. >> i think that was from television. >> stephanie: why does anybody ask him anymore what the thinks with a straight face. >> this is like bringing a crypto zoologist on asking them what animal they like best. >> stephanie: exactly. >> he is the political yetty. >> he studies puff lumps. >> stephanie: all right. thank you karl. >> thank you. >> stephanie: twenty nine minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers
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thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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>> how could you not know who -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> idiot. >> jerk. >> dummy. >> whore. >> stephanie: oh, the whore. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. let's go to ray in texas. hi, ray. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: we have been watching a lot more fox now, because it's so fun. >> stephanie: now it is fun. >> caller: this is my explanation, the obama campaign used a dandy little document called the 2010 census, and found out we're greener more
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women, and more browner, and 49% of the population is now gray-faced men with $2 haircuts and they are going to have to move to the left which is the new right if they want to keep their seats in this congress or people are just going to shut them down, leave the religion and the race behind. >> stephanie: yep. >> now republicans are asking where are the white people at? >> stephanie: where are the white women at? >> where are the white women at? >> nah, nah, nah! >> stephanie: where is my sad violent. gop, why? [♪ somber music ♪] >> stephanie: they are like nancy kerrigan. >> why? >> stephanie: like they just got clubbed in the knee. why me?
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because they are douches. and where do we go from here? try canada. enjoy the socialism. enjoy the health care. having lost the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections, republicans republicans republicans pun jed into some examination. the party is clearly into an identity crisis. called for wholesale shift to resolutely right positions on matters. more right. absolutely. that's where you will be in touch with the main stream. [♪ somber music ♪] >> stephanie: some demanded that party leaders resign. i think so.
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hit the lights on your way out. veteran republican strategist, the republican party is exactly right on the issues. >> okay. >> stephanie: yes. >> very, very, very right. >> stephanie: the party needs to nominate candidates who can relate to average americans better than mitt romney. it reflects their parties. that's why they were saying that 47% comment was so damaging because it confirmed the truth of this party -- of their policies of the mitt romney's of the world. the only way this party is going to move more to the middle is when we get sick of losing. they are more idealogical than democrats. the religious fervor makes it hard to change or compromise. while some say the republican is aligned with most americans on big issues.
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the exit polls raised some doubts. six in ten voters said abortion should be legal in some or most cases. nearly half of voters supported obama's plan to raise taxes on incomes above $250,000. we have this fiscal cliff coming up, so within days they are going to have to decide. and even that mitch mcconnell is acting defiant and boner is like -- okay. >> he is like a whipped puppy. >> stephanie: we have not endorsed the failures and excesses of the president's first term. >> says the guy who is the minority leader in the senate. >> stephanie: yeah. republican insiders focused on the approaching problem.
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the republican -- >> where are the white people at? >> stephanie: exactly. the party must find a way to temper talk about immigration without infuriating conservatives -- you can't just say if you fix the tone you fix the problem, you have to figure out what kind of policy issues we have. it's not just their tone it's the way they talk about people their policies -- i really think the president stopping the deportation, the dream act all of that stuff, it's because he thinks it is the right thing to do. many republicans say first they must find ways to appeal to women. >> by stop being such a-holes would be a start. >> for one. >> stephanie: and jim, i have a very, very special edition -- [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: who said if it's a legitimate rape the female body
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has ways to shut the whole thing down. >> who said that? [ inaudible ] [ inaudible ] >> stephanie: no todd akin. one of the losy rapy republicans. who said in that horrible situation of rape pregnancy is something that god intended. >> charles manson? >> stephanie: no. and another one down. who said consensual sex can turn into rape in an awful hurry, some girls they rape so easy. >> ron jeremy. >> stephanie: no, republican of wisconsin. >> all right. take care now. bye-bye then. >> stephanie: losy rapy guys. who said in cases of rape and incest, i'm still pro life. >> [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: no noted douche nozzle of illinois --
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>> all right. take care. bye-bye. >> stephanie: another rapy republican. okay. [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: he said something else douchy. i can't think of it. having a baby out of wedlock is similar to rape. who said that? >> rob reiner. >> stephanie: no. who said on the rape thing -- >> chicks get so upset about the rape thing. >> stephanie: whatever. how does more violence on to a women's body with abortion make it better >> the woman who invented mochi ice cream. >> stephanie: no! john costar republican of washington who also joins the other losy rapy republicans.
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who said the method of conception doesn't change the definition of life. who said that? >> reince preibus! >> stephanie: no. losy rapy republican men all down in defeat. ain't that something? okay. evan in maryland. you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, stephanie, queen of the segue, because i want to make two points one about arrogance and two how it would seal the republicans destiny -- >> stephanie: that's just like you to think you know about arrogance. >> caller: that's right. they were arrogant to make fun of barack obama because he was is a community organize and they kicked their butts by organizing and getting out to the poll. they are arrogant enough to say that elizabeth warren couldn't be on the consumer protection
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board, and now she is a colleague. >> stephanie: yeah maybe now sarah palin understands what a organizer does now. >> caller: yeah. i hope daddy is listening -- but she said we needed a responsible republican party so we have two sides to the debate. i disagree. i think we need to let the republican party destroy themselves. and the way to do that is immigration. because it will be on display for the whole public to see. >> stephanie: unfortunately this version of the republican party, they seem to not do anything because it is the right thing to do, they do it because they have to politically. and they it may get to the point where they have to. >> caller: but think about all of those tea partiers who are
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worried about their own existence. and this will cause -- the republican party will go down and then we'll put our boots on their necks, and then there will be no more ryanholt reince preibus. >> stephanie: yeah where is he. >> he has gone down with road flair mary. >> stephanie: yeah, where are ya? [ crickets chirping ] >> stephanie: give me a jingle. >> tell us how you feel. >> stephanie: we want to hold you. let's go to joshua in mississippi. hi, josh. >> caller: hello this is actually the first time i have made it into a talk radio show. but i love your show it's
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awesome. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: all of the republican pundits have admitted there is no way they can win in the future if the demographics continue to change. and they can't just go immigration reform because then the democrats will go amnesty. there's no way for them to out democrat the democrats. so the only thing i can see them do is have a libertarian pushing the. party. >> stephanie: maybe. >> go so far right that they almost go left. >> stephanie: maybe they are having having seances with dead wigs. >> yeah. >> stephanie: there is a donald trump joke in there somewhere. we'll play victoria jackson when
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>>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ might as well jump jump ♪ ♪ might as well jump ♪ >> are you turning republican? you might as well jump? >> stephanie: stop it. >> really? >> stephanie: stop it. >> stop it. >> stephanie: this is hard.
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>> ann romney: stop it. this is hard, you want to try it. get in the ring. >> stephanie: turned out harder than you thought. no maas. no maas. stupid stupid yahoo won't let me have a party. stupid! >> that's why nobody uses it anymore. >> stephanie: okay. courtney in north dakota you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hello sparkle pony. >> stephanie: hello, i am a sparkle pony. >> a beautifully unique sparkle pony. >> caller: i love you. up here in north dakota i'm one of ten sexy liberal. i was watching jon stewart last night, and nate silver the only prediction he got wrong was
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heidi heitkamp winning. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and rick bird when he said if you get raped and you get pregnant, you should just leave it up to the legislature. what? >> stephanie: yeah and the guy who said that's just really rare, incest. >> caller: what? you have never been to north dakota. >> stephanie: yeah, jon stewart said what about rape now? >> yeah. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: it is hard to pick a twitter republican breakdown. victoria jackson -- it may take the cake. when president obama won, she said i can't stop crying. america died. good versus evil battle today,
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evil won. wow. wow. stop making julie brown's work easier -- >> is it on? hi, this is victoria jackson. spokes model for the tea party, and i just want to say the election is coming up and do not vote for obama for -- for a multiplex of reasons. b, he is a communist, c, which you are not supposed to say, but it's obvious, and 2 he is all about gay rights gay this gay that, gay kissing on "glee." that has to be every parent's worst nightmare for their kid to be gay. thank god i have daughters because they can't be gay. >> stephanie: right. >> i sat on my ukulele so i'm playing a spatula.
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♪ god made man and women too ♪ ♪ it was his idea that ever male should take a female for a mate ♪ ♪ you never see two bulls in love ♪ ♪ or two rams ♪ ♪ and at the bottom of the sea there is nothing going on with little boy crabs ♪ ♪ please dear god, don't let him grow up to ate pop sickles or other frozen desserts because it sends the wrong message ♪ >> oh vote for romney
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r-o-m-k-n-e-e. >> stephanie: and then victoria jackson turns on christians. thanks a lot christians for not showing up to vote. thanks a lot christians. >> i have a few republican friends, and they weren't angry yesterday, they were depressed. >> stephanie: i'm sorry i am laughing because donald trump is much more fun. a feud began after a -- he went on a twitter -- like -- it's beyond a rant. it was a meltdown. reluctant as we are to pass this along, nonetheless, donald trump who was driven well past the last exit to relevance has veered into something irresponsible. trump tweeted back, brian thanks
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dummy. i picked up 20,000 twitter followers yesterday. if i'm well past the last exsipt to relevance, how come you spending so much time reading my tweets. it said the irrelevance bus is going to have to get much bigger -- >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: can i just say -- somebody was saying that karl rove must have just thrown his cell phone into the nearest body of water with the billionaires asking where their money went. >> what did you do with my money? >> every single race -- >> stephanie: they had a 1% success race. isn't that weird jim who was saying obama picks winners and losers, and he -- >> hum. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i think mitt romney said that.
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>> yeah. >> stephanie: that his -- you know, success rate. even though that was incorrect as well, because -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: the president's success rate far out paced bain's for instance. and karl rove oh know here it is. [♪ somber music ♪] >> stephanie: oh here it is. karl rove's very bad night. >> oh. >> stephanie: the most captivating television drama played on fox. where he refused to admit the race was over. i think this is premature. rove was the most prolific [ inaudible ] of republican causes during this cycle. he helped secure an estimated $380 million. >> all of it gone. >> stephanie: and in nine of the ten senate races where rove's group spent the most money, the democratic candidate won.
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♪ nah, nah, nah, nah ♪ >> i think the republican won in nevada. >> stephanie: yeah. in logical universe rove would never be allowed to consult on a race again, and no one would give a dime to their ineffective super pac. 1% of the more than $100 million spent by american cross roads achieved it goal. in the -- >> so clearly -- >> >> stephanie: reuter's earlier this year rove said he wanted cross roads to be a permanent presence. oh no. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: oh i'm having so much fun. fifty-eight minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello, welcome to hour number 2, everybody. representative adam schiff coming up this hour, and next hour mudcat saunders. hi, jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: are we officially having too much fun now? >> little bit. i felt like yesterday i had been on a multi-month bender and it was like going through the hangover, because there was a sheer exhaustion. thank god it is over. >> stephanie: yes. karl rove shifted for a few gyms in the election rubble.
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he said obama's support with the young voter's turnout was down. and that is not true. >> yeah it was actually down. >> stephanie: yeah. >> amazing. absolutely amazing. they were talking about everything but this morning. i was listening on my way to work. fox news is just off the rails. >> stephanie: here she is back in the real world, jacki schechner. >> karl rove is supposed to hold a meeting today to explain how they spent all of that money and managed to lose the election. rove's argument now is without all of the outside money, they would have lost even bigger than they did. bloomberg reporting that cross roads, and cross road's gps
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spent almost $176 million almost entirely on teleadvertising. they lost ten of the 12 senate races, and four of the five house races. they through more than $10 million in trying to defeat sherrod brown in ohio. while republicans may have to think about how they spending their money -- rethink it -- haley barber says the gop does not need to reconsider its ideology, instead they should be open to good policy like immigration reform. he said that would be good for the economy. he is also defending chris christie saying republicans should not blame him for romney's lost. chris christie said he just gave him credit for doing well. and points out he was the first governor to endorse mitt romney
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traveled tens of thousands of miles, and raised tens of thousands of dollars on his behalf. we're back after this. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy.
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. you can email us all there, chris lavoie, jim ward and me stephanie miller. representative adam schiff coming up this hour.
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i voted for him. he is my congressman. i ink-a-dotted for him. that's our system here. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: who said you have heard all about the dangers which the business of america is supposed to be facing if this administration is facing. the answer is the record of what we have done. this administration saved free enterprise. who said that? >> [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: no it was franklin d roosevelt. >> hum. >> stephanie: julie everybody talking about the triumph of the not go gay pole whisperer.
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momma, his final projections are below -- when obama was talk about you stuck with me all the way through every step of the way, didn't you feel like he was thanking the hard-core obama apologists with cookies and cream? yes, i did. shocking to you. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: that's aisha tyler and she is always right as well. as it turns out the president does smell like cookies and freedom. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: cookies and freedom, bitches. rocky mountain mike said, steph i would up yesterday and all of a sudden my 24-hour osama bin laden station was gone. wtf? this is why they lost. we will see if you can win an
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election based almost entirely on lies. >> computer says naaaa. ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ >> stephanie: would you like the actual -- they aren't fun facts -- [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: christopher moody. this is why they lost. much of the news media is missing a major scandal. based on reports he has seen and heard on fox news, moody is positive that officials watched a live video feed from an overhead drone attack as the attract unfolded. he knew how to rescue the besieged americans, but refused
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to react. a gun ship could have mowed down the people with its fiercesome rotating cannons. the bottom shrine obama had the ability to save those four people and he didn't do that. okay. christopher -- none of that is true. senior intelligence officials released a time line, a week or so ago. first of all they don't normally do that, jim, because it's supposed to be secret -- okay. >> here is where all of our troops are and this is where they are going. >> stephanie: right. pentagon officials disclosed details about the -- the president got an assist from none other than bush's defense
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secretary. he wrote the us did almost everything possible witness the attacks were started. blah, blah, blah. it was based -- the military's most capable rescue force was deployed immediately -- blah, blah, blah. >> he is obviously in the tank for obama. >> stephanie: john mccain -- he is such a angry bitter little elf about losing. there was no viable military option to deflect sporadic attacks in a city full of people sympathetic to the us. really, you are going to drop a bomb -- >> well, in rambo what happened was -- >> stephanie: okay. armed drones were not in the area, air strikes without intelligence posed a huge risk of killing americans and civilians. last week the cia managers told
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officials benghazi not to go to the aid -- oh, they gave a stand-down order? >> no. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: when the annex itself was under attack officials refused to pass along request for military assistance and one of the officers had laser sited pointing at the attackers. they responded actually within 25 minutes, jim. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: this is just a completely -- >> they had sharks with laser beams -- >> it's a gish-gallop. >> stephanie: yeah. the attack was over before the forces could be employed. there were no orders to anybody to standown. and another senior intelligence official, armed droneings were not nearby.
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people think armed drones are some sort of magical robot wizard -- >> well why didn't nate silver fix it. [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: why didn't they fix it? this is why i was saying, they were talking about it literally in the romney hall. people were stunned. they absolutely believed that dick morris and rush limbaugh and the romney -- absolutely he was going to win. they absolutely were stunned -- because eric bollard always talks about this. this is not a shock. >> right. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: why romney took so
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long to concede? because he was watching fox! it took the presidents two weeks to call it an act of terror -- mitt romney only wrote a victory speech so revisions would have taken time. but with the obsession of polls, and the tracking session -- and rasmussen way down the list, most inaccurate. [ wah wah ] >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: they have their own set of numbers -- you know, the non-partisan tax center says his math doesn't make sense at all. and they are like no that is wrong. but this is what they did with the election. the campaign -- did you hear about this project orca -- >> oh, yeah. >> stephanie: a massive
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undertaking, the algorithms leads the communications director so say we won't pay at attention to the polls, we'll have information based on the scientific information we have. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: somebody said orca is lying on a beach with a harpoon in it. [ applause ] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: someone made a good point, money ball election 2012 has nate silver destroying punditry. those who relied on data numbers, arithmetic, nate silver, did well. money ball has come to punditry. >> nick silver did get his start in las vegas casinos.
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>> stephanie: they are always like he is just a left guy -- and we're like, no he is a numbers guy. >> exactly. >> probabilities. >> stephanie: his numbers were skewed they said. then came the actual voting. silver got all 50 states right. down to his last-minute prediction that florida would be a vertical tie. the reason i put faith in him is because he has been historically the most accurate pollster out there. >> and he had genuine confidence. >> yeah. numbers are right, you'll see. >> stephanie: exactly. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: george will for cast -- >> george will what?
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>> george won't. [ buzzer ] >> dick morris -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> 8,000 electoral votes. no, a million! >> stephanie: and jim kramer also -- >> yeah. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: he is said obama would win with 440 electoral votes. >> he was wrong at a very, very high volume. >> stephanie: given this disparity as the bendable art form been discredited beyond repair? no not if you are nate silver. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: but the dick morris's of the world aren't going away either. you stick with your people to make you feel comfortable that are always wrong about everything, and we'll stick with our people that are -- what is the word i'm for -- right.
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[ bell chimes ] [ applause ] . >> not right. >> yeah, correct. >> stephanie: did you see dick morris's parade of shirts for his little talks. >> stephanie: seriously how can fox continue to have him on and not giggle. and what is your prediction dick? >> in his online videos he sits there in his checkered shirts but behind him is his house decor, which is like a loui the 14th 14th 14th 14th credenza. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: tablets and smartphones can't replace your office commuter unless you have
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(vo) cenk uygur is many things. >>oh really? >>"if you ever raise taxes on >>the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true! ♪
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♪ keep it coming up >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ don't stop it now, don't stop it now >> yep we're going to keep it coming. election results for florida are due by noon on saturday. >> oh, i can't wait. >> somebody on twitter said fine i'll keep another battle of champagne on ice. >> stephanie: yeah. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. ub in baltimore, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, ub. >> caller: how are you doing,
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stephanie? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: we have to look out for the next fight in our party, and that's going to be this clinton machine thing and joe biden, everybody underestimates joe biden. that's the next true liberal that is going to fight for us i believe. >> stephanie: he already is. >> caller: yes, but a lot of people say in this clinton thing -- >> stephanie: you are talk about hilary clinton. >> caller: yeah, they don't even talk about joe biden and i'm sick and tired of everybody trying to sell that to us. joe biden is i think -- the clintons stopped being liberals in the '90s. they are too political. joe biden, every time he speaks i feel him. >> stephanie: yeah.
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this is a difference, too. we have an embarrassment of riches on our side. >> yeah. >> stephanie: i love yesterday throwing out names for republicans for 2016. [ crickets chirping ] >> really? that's your top guy. >> stephanie: really. >> marco rubio. >> stephanie: i heard laughing at ann coulter. >> yeah. maybe mitt romney would run again. >> stephanie: wouldn't that be exciting. >> isn't that wonderful eddie. >> stephanie: hi roberto you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hello. how are you? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i wanted to give a shout out to the idiot republican leader of california. it looked like somebody has slapped him with a cold fish. he invented proposition 187. >> stephanie: yeah and we have
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come a long way since that. i was just thinking about that yesterday in california. look at any -- it's like gay rights or any -- when it's the right thing to do you know, when it is all about human beings, i'm telling you -- it used to be okay to talk like that, remember? >> caller: pete wilson should % have had a latino mate like arnold. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: yeah, it was a bad day for the haters. latino vote devastated the gop even worse than the exit polls showed. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: obama won by an aye-popping 75-23 margin. the exit poll of 71%. that is huge. >> huge! >> huge! >> stephanie: in colorado latinos went for the president by 87% to 10.
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>> wee. >> stephanie: and the pole director says this makes known the latino giant is wide awake, cranky and taking names. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: let's go to gail in syracuse. >> caller: hi steph. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: i am so excited. last night was the first time i slept since, you know, our president won the election. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: what i was thinking -- the money makers you know, the dark money, those are some stupid people. you know? [ laughter ] >> caller: imagine how much -- if they had pumped that money that -- that they wasted into the real economy. they lost their money.
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they are worse than just regular gamblers. they should have been shooting craps or something. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it is just stupid. >> stephanie: yeah, that was the other silver lining of the whole thing. a whole campaign run on we're better in business. seriously? karl rove got a 1% success rate. >> yeah. >> stephanie: never before has so much money been wasted on so little. >> oh, yeah. and you know who loves all of that money? broadcasters. >> stephanie: and we thank you for your stupid heads. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. representative adam schiff next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ hi, ricky in st. paul. show." good morning. >> caller: first time calling guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers
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thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> oh, being popular must be such a new experience for you. >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. thirty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. it's not often when i get to talk to someone who i put a little ink-a-dot next to his name a couple of days ago. hello, representative adam schiff. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i ink-a-dots you. >> thank you. >> i'm still waiting for the speed bumps. >> stephanie: yes. despite your lack of attention
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to the speed bumps on my street. wow, what a day? >> it was just phenomenal. in california we won just about every competitive house race and some that weren't going to be competitive we won. just an extraordinary night. >> stephanie: yeah, there is so much to unpack from what happened yesterday. obviously the fiscal cliff is the next thing up. what do you think this means moving forward? >> i think it certainly strengthens the president's hand. the country favors an balanced solution, and includes new revenues that the president proposed which is reasonable in terms of expanding tax cuts and the country peoples to agree. i'm encouraged that speaker
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boehner is making some conciliatory comments. >> stephanie: here is john boehner yesterday. >> there is a mandate in yesterday's results, it's a mandate for us to find a way to work together on the solutions to any challenges that we all face as a nation. >> stephanie: now? now you are going to try to work -- this just make you shake your head having been in the trenches there for the last few years. >> it does. one thing that will change the dynamic is for all of those in the gop leadership who's soul reason for being seem to be denying the president to second term, stop him from accomplishing anything if they could. obviously that motivation is gone. so hopefully that will make them a little more willing to come to the table. i was a little bit struck by something when the speaker talked about this being the president's moment -- the president's time. it seemed to me that this is a
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shared responsibility. he should be saying, rather it's our time to come together and make this happen rather than we're going to wait for you, mr. president. i would like to see a little more acknowledgment that we're all in this together and we have got to find a way to reach common ground on this, and elections have consequences and consequence of this one ought to be what the american people have asked for, what they voted for ought to be part of the solution to these issues. >> stephanie: yeah. excuse me, i think the mandate is for you to work with the president. you know what i mean? the electorate spoke pretty loudly this time didn't they? >> they did. at many different levels an balanced solution to the fiscal problems. they rejected these extreatment candidates, and turning away
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from someone like dick lugar for someone like richard mourdock that was rejected. it was an incredible night. >> stephanie: how much are you going to miss allen west, and joe walsh. >> it is going to be really rough. i had one strong memory of mr. walsh. i'm on fox staring into the little dark lens and next to me is walsh on msnbc on chris matthew's program, and i'm trying to listen to what the person is saying to me but he is shouting at the camera that is a stupid question! how could you ask me that question? and it was everything i could do not to laugh. but i will enjoy the camera rotunda much more in the future. >> stephanie: yes. it will be less noisy.
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representative thank you for checking in with us, and congratulations on your victory. >> thank you. it is my pleasure and i'm off right now to put those speed bumps in. >> stephanie: thank you. i appreciate you taking me seriously. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: how about ted nugent. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: he goes on a twitter tirade against pimps, whore, and welfare brats who voted for president obama. >> right. >> stephanie: pimp whores and welfare brats and their soulless supporters. and are also subhuman varmints. >> wow. >> stephanie: good luck, america, you just voted for economic and spiritual suicide,
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you soulless fools. >> time to move. >> stephanie: i cried tears of blood. for the last best place and the warriors who died for this tragedy. >> love it or leave it. get out. >> he did say he was going to be dead or in jail -- >> stephanie: if obama wins. >> either one of those are good for me. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: jail cell is all i'm saying. there is a jail cell somewhere that is ready for him. >> or hospital. >> yes a mental hospital. >> stephanie: yeah. >> the padded room industry must be doing very well this morning. >> stephanie: where he can hear the birds but can't shoot them. ♪ they are coming to take me away hah hah ♪ >> stephanie: can you picture him in a bar with meatloaf.
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jackie in colorado. welcome. >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: just an old comment that goes back to about 1984 '86. and it came out of rush limbaugh. >> stephanie: could this be what you refer to? >> just shut up! go away! bury yourselves in your rat holes and don't come out until you win an election until then shut up! [ laughter ] >> i'm still waiting for the shutting up. >> caller: they lost big, and they can't get over it. >> stephanie: listen to that phlegmy laugh of hers. stop it. >> ann romney: stop it. >> stephanie: jamie in illinois. welcome. >> caller: thank you so much stephanie for helping us win the
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election. >> stephanie: i am solely responsible, yes. thank you. yes, i did. i built it. i built it myself. >> caller: so good. i'm a democratic election judge in a very republican precinct, and i'm glad you got the news out that those youth numbers were adjusted because we had a record turnout, and a lot of them were young people, and many of them were young republicans coming in with their parents to vote for the first time, and i think like the amish, once they leave home for a while, they will be voting democrat. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: well, this is what i was saying i just caution people. i so hate these media story lines which oftentimes turn out to be wrong. how many times do we have to hear this enthusiasm gap and blah, blah blah.
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>> caller: oh so true. and i am so thrilled about this. and i feel like we are finally where we need to be. >> stephanie: exactly. i have been waiting so long to say david gregory, shut up yous. >> stifle. >> stephanie: stifle. i have been spending too much time with rob reiner. >> i think so. >> stephanie: mitt romney would have cruised to the white house had he managed to split the youth vote. president obama won the youth vote easily. >> the utes like him. >> stephanie: half all of eligible people age 18 to 29 voted, roughly the same level as 2008. the youth vote's share of the electorate increased slightly. 22 to 23 million young people
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voted. the turn out is the new normal compared to less engaged voters in gen-x. >> yeah. >> stephanie: we can put these rumors of apathy to bed. this youth vote can no longer be an afterthought. >> yes. [ applause ] >> stephanie: go kitties. >> whitepeoplemourningromney. >> oh, that is great. >> it is people just crying. >> stephanie: because they only watch fox news. >> yes. >> stephanie: there was one romney supporter where the woman said what? who would vote for him? well it turns out several millions more than who would
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vote for-mitt romney. where are the white people? >> i put a link to it up on your facebook face. >> stephanie: oh white people. buck up. >> mascara running down their faces. it's so . . . awesome. >> stephanie: election aftermath debate [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: gop soul searching, too old, too white, too male? yeah, probably. the republicans are going to be shut out of the white house until they find a way to appeal to a rapidly changing america. the voters who are changing the face of once conservative states republicans face a crisis, the country is becoming less white while they are becoming more white. [ wah wah ]
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>> stephanie: for the second consecutive presidential election, republican got thumped among women and young voters. our party needs to realize it's too old, too white, and too male, and needs to catch up with the demographics of the country before it's too late. mitt romney galloped to the right on immigration and reproductive issues and only awkwardly tried to move to the middle in the fall. his 50s era persona was almost comic call. >> he looked like a 1950s father only without the pipe. >> stephanie: this is one of their fatal mistakes was that lying auto ad in ohio. >> that's right. >> stephanie: romney nudged by senator rob portman -- nicely
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done, rob -- made a desperate play to address the auto issue. the ad draw scathing criticism. chris what did i say? i said people from ohio are not stupid. >> yep. >> stephanie: you cannot be -- thank god the answer is no, you cannot win on a campaign of completely lies. >> that's right. >> you sit on a thrown of lies. >> stephanie: not a presidential one. >> nope. >> stephanie: forty-seven minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: highbrow lowbrow unibrow. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ we're the kids in america, woe ho ♪ ♪ we're any kids in america ♪ ♪ woe ho ♪ ♪ everybody is like -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ la, la la ♪ >> the ute vote. >> stephanie: it was the enthusiasm. >> enthusiasm. >> stephanie: can i have some happy music, please? >> sure. >> stephanie: liberal [ inaudible ] impossible height? [ laughter ] >> well, can't help it. we have been working very hard
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for two years, so allow us a little bit celebration. >> stephanie: a landmark night for gay rights, woot i said. we'll talk to chris kluwe who wrote an amazing piece about that, which he helped. >> and i helped! >> stephanie: one of our fabulous straight allies. remember 2004 with a gay marriage backlash helped sweep bush into a win over kerry. this year we put out a cake with two men on top, and people said yes. >> computer says yes. >> stephanie: plus the republican ticketed looked like a gay wedding cake. >> well sure. >> stephanie: maryland and maine the first to do to [ inaudible ]
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polling evidence that president obama's personal support of gay marriage was the difference maker in maryland. and tammy baldwin at least as remarkable as that is her orientation was a complete non-issue for both parties. >> that's amazing. >> stephanie: karl rove sets billionaire's money on fire! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: sheldon must be livid! >> stephanie: imagine when his cell phone flashes sheldon. >> let it go to voicemail. >> stephanie: ignore. now karl rove has to explain to the billionaires why their unprecedented spending earned
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them -- as cornelius would say -- >> wa hoo! >> stephanie: that's you got. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: there is still a democratic president and almost exclusively an net gain of democrats in the senate. >> stephanie: i don't think anybody expected a net gain of democrats in the senate. >> stephanie: no. no. and thank you for your stupid ass -- >> yes thank you for your support. >> i'll drink a bartels and james in your honor. >> stephanie: rove happened to be on live tv in an epic on-air tantrum, he refused to acknowledge that obama had won, spending megyn kelly off looking
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for proof. democrats will be playing this for years to come in their darker moments. two words allan west. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: alan west joe walsh, pot for everyone. colorado and washington. yikes. >> yeah. >> stephanie: and the kids are all right. latinos and african-americans even better heading out of the elections. the young voters were another story. polls had shown them significantly less enthused. and remember paul ryan's speech the fading obama posters on the walls. hah, hah, hah. isn't that wonderful eddie? it was a complete load of bull [ censor bleep ]. >> stephanie: voters under 30 made up 19% of the electorate.
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trumps meltdown. >> it's a squeaker. >> stephanie: yeah. if you thought karl rove's five stages of grief was one, you should have seen donald trump's tweet. right. let's fight like hell and stop this disgusting injustice. the world is laughing at us. no, the world is laughing at you. [ applause ] [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: oh and did he mention elizabeth warren won.
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♪ nah, nah, nah ♪ >> stephanie: all right. russell in delaware. >> caller: what is up baby. when you moved your radio show to the tv i wasn't too enthusiastic, but now immediately to your left and behind you you have provided us with a nice booty cam. now about these republicans -- [ laughter ] >> caller: okay. if you think -- i know that you have a brother, and we all have republicans that we love or are at least fond of. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: and they are talking about what do we do now? they hated themselves and excluded themselves into a hateful little corner, you get out of this by not being hateful and evil and intolerant. >> stephanie: that's right. tolerance won. fifty eight minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello, welcome to hour number 3. dave mudcat saunders coming up on the big show and melissa fitzgerald, and minnesota vikings punter, chris kluwe. say it with me jacki schechner. [ laughter ] >> i don't think i can do that. >> stephanie: he sent me this sparkle pony t-shirt. >> really? >> stephanie: and tee-bone is wearing the other one. would you like one? >> absolutely. i'll wear it with my talking liberally hat.
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>> stephanie: i'm not implying anything, just that it is a lovely t-shirt. this should be tighter i may need to shrink this. >> good. >> stephanie: there you go. >> know your audience woman. >> stephanie: thank you, work it. here she is working it in the current tv jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. the president and congressional leaders are wasting no time getting back into talks about the budget and how the two parties may come to some sort of an agreement before the engineer of the year when the country should tumble over the fiscal cliff. house speaker john boehner tells reporters he is open to compromise and wants the president to lead and success. >> we're willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions. a what matters is where the increased revenue comes from
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and what type of reform it includes. >> harry reid says the democrats are not open to playing games this time around especially when it comes to raising the debt ceiling. he said it has been a matter of fact in all previous administrations, and holding the government hostage will not be an option. reid also promising to work on filibuster reform. the president wheen tile always going to have work to do on the foreign policy front. he likely mr. see if we can work a deal with iran, and forge a new relationship with china. russia is indicating an interest in working with the u.s. on nuclear non-proliferation, and there is the ongoing volatility in the middle east. all of these as the administration undergoes significant personnel and cabinet changes that come with a
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[ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: woo-hoo. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: six minutes after the hour. it is the "stephanie miller show." so much to be happy for. and jim ward has a pretty girl here too. [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: this is the happiest i have seen him all
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morning. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: let's take a second and say woot. good job. >> so excited. >> stephanie: single-handed i will delivered pennsylvania -- >> even though i wasn't there campaigning, but i did deliver it. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: proving once again we have the hottest surrogates everywhere. they were everywhere. despite the magical voting machines in pennsylvania. >> that was crazy. >> stephanie: yeah, what a day, right? >> so exciting and i had been in new hampshire up until the night before canvassing and working door to door with all of the young people, and it was so exciting. >> stephanie: yes, i was tracking you with my gps. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: melissa fitzgerald is literally the blue dot on your iphone. >> that's me. >> she is the dropped pin. >> stephanie: she is the dropped
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electoral pin. and we were texting each other like tweens oh, my god! >> it's so exciting. >> stephanie: i know. >> wonderful night for all of us. >> stephanie: well, jim is particularly happier now. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: we discussed you in your absence, we were like she is so pretty you can't look right at her. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: yeah, we were -- roleland my sexy liberal tour director said you are the actress pretty that it hurts to look. he was saying he had a dinner party with julianna margalise. >> stephanie: and he is gay and wanted to have sex with her. what we were laughing about this. somebody wrote what?
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>> they posted a tweet that someone sent that said i'm literally scared for the next four years i'm reconsidering having kids. >> stephanie: good! they are going to stop procreating! >> you are awful. >> stephanie: they are literally so depressed they are going to stop procreating, meanwhile i believe in children of the future ♪ i believe in children of the future ♪ >> stephanie: here is katie in iowa. were you there? >> no. >> stephanie: steph had a conversation with my five year old yesterday morning i felt i should share. we were discussing what an important victory last night was, and being the mother of two young daughters i would rest easy that their rights were protected. i said i feel sorry for those
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people who don't see it. and her response was this? like owls they can only see black and white. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that's wonderful. it's like our little walking on sunshine. ♪ i'm walking on sunshine wa ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> say hi stephanie miller. >> hi stephanie miller. >> pretty cute. >> stephanie: right? we have a five year old dancer dancing to the theme song. jim who said i [ inaudible ] person who contributed to the passing of [ inaudible ] maryland, maine, and likely
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washington. who said that? >> marcus bachmann. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: that's a really bad guess. chris kluwe who spent me my sparkle pony t-shirt. he wrote this great piece -- who said -- together we made a statement that america is tired of division and discrimination of exclusion, unthinking oppression that believe people have to live their lives according to someone else's views who said that? >> ryanholt reince preibus! [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no. chris kluwe. who said we'll grow up one step closer to tolerance equality and love. together we showed this nation that a policy functions best when it includes all of its citizens, when it sin that sizes
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[ inaudible ] freedom and happiness for everybody. who said that? >> george lincoln rockwell. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no, chris kluwe. >> i am loving him so much. >> stephanie: do we have it? >> oh, wow. >> stephanie: we have such a demographically diverse victory yesterday that i'm sure chris will only take a minute to find this. ♪ we [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ we have got to celebrate our differences ♪ ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ because we're beautiful ♪ ♪ the whole world sings together ♪ >> that is awful. i can't believe you made me play that. i had forgotten how awful that was. oh, my god.
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>> stephanie: oh, little boy. we need to rinse that with our conscience with a little mud bath. ♪ mudcat ♪ ♪ excellent ♪ ♪ ♪ mudcat ♪ >> stephanie: mudcat saunders joins us now. ♪ ♪ he's a real tom cat, mudcat ♪ >> stephanie: mudcat you must love me, you took a break from turkey hunting to talk to me. >> no, the wind was blowing, and it is cold so my buddy came over and we're sitting here smoking unfiltered camel cigarettes. i don't have to be politically
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responsible anymore. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: so sorry about wayne powell. boy, you guys gave it a great race. >> the most anybody had ever gotten against him was 37%. >> stephanie: eric cantor yeah. >> and it actually would have been 34% would have been the most anybody got against him. we got 42 and i'm tickled. the one thing about it is this was a referendum this race and that 42%, and the pollster told me yesterday that that 42% were irretrievable. eric cantor can never get them back. we smeared that guy, and poisoned him and besmirked him
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to the point that these people hate him. >> stephanie: yeah. >> we got 45% of the vote? [ inaudible ] county, and in richmond city where the rich people live we won richmond city. >> stephanie: wow. we have been talking about the demographics. i think lindsay graham said it they are running out of old angry white guys aren't they? >> it's what i told y'all, the first time i ever made a prediction in public or private, because -- of course -- >> stephanie: what is the point of saying -- >> the reason that he won was go tv. and they had an organization. i got a call -- i came in out of the mountain at 2:00 on tuesday to vote, and i got my first in my history my first old fart call. they called me -- they called me
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from obama and wanted to know if i had a problem getting to the polls, and wanted to come by and pick me up. >> stephanie: fortunately you don't have a very distinctive voice. >> oh, god -- no they just did a great job. and last week i was counting on -- they set up at virginia tech that the lines were two and a half to three hours students coming out to vote. >> stephanie: yep. >> but a lot of it has to do of course, your show -- >> stephanie: it's mostly my show. >> the conservatives control the radio airwaves and cable television, but the one thing that we control is the internet. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> and these young kids on the internet all the time -- >> stephanie: and a lot of kids are listening to us on the
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internet because there are so few progressive radio stations so i think that's the other thing that content is always going to win and they are fighting a game that doesn't matter now. they think they can win the game with just terrestrial stations, but -- >> i don't consider y'all progressives. >> stephanie: all right. >> i consider y'all beatniks. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i forgot to bring my bongos. >> stephanie: we'll take it. and we'll let you get back to your unfiltered camels. we love ya mudcat. >> i love y'all too. >> thanks, mudcat. >> stephanie: who was that obama person that called him? you need a ride? >> my first old man call. >> who talks like this? come on.
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>> stephanie: are there mudcat impersonators out there. it is so walton's mountain when we talk to him. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. eighteen minutes after the hour. kids i'm saving all of these golden moments in my computer. do what i do use carbonite online back up. it does the work for you. you remember have to remember to do it yourself. set it up once and it backs up everything automatically and continually. jim has every picture everybody taken of melissa fitzgerald in there. get unlimited backup space for just $59 for the entire year. >> i don't need a picture now,
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>>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot. ♪
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♪ here ye! >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ ♪ wait a minute ♪ >> yeah. [ inaudible ] >> i don't remember charlie brown singing that. >> no. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: twenty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. smoking hot obama surrogate, melissa fitzgerald, she is also really smart. >> that's right. >> stephanie: she is an actor-vist. >> i am. >> stephanie: and your fill system going to be airing on uganda. >> yes, next wednesday the 17th at 4:00. go to our website, which is after coney the >> stephanie: awesome.
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we'll need a matinee. 7:00 or as we call it our bedtime. let's go to jose? albuquerque. hi, jose. >> caller: hi steph what is it up? >> stephanie: not much go ahead. >> caller: the governor of new mexico she went out to colorado and nevada and campaigning for romney and she -- they still lost big. and then here in a little city here san -- sandoval valley they only had one lady passing out ballots, and three machines so people were standing in line until like 3:00 in the morning. >> stephanie: wow. the president mentioned this in his speech. he said thank you for waiting in lines, and by the way we have
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got to do something about that next time. as inspiring as it was to see people standing in line six hours in florida. why are people standing in line for six hours. >> it should not be that hard. >> stephanie: by the way can you say that name again. >> caller: rio rancho. >> stephanie: can you -- [overlapping speakers] >> stephanie: say ruffles have ridges. it's hot. >> ruffles has ridges. >> stephanie: oh that was not a hot. but go ahead. >> caller: but susanna martinez and the secretary of state here you know what -- [ speaking spanish ] >> oh! >> stephanie: i -- i loved his accent is all i'm saying.
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was that a bad word? >> yes! [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: good for you for knowing spanish. >> the only spanish i know is from sesame street and the taco bell menu. >> i don't think that was is on the menu. >> no it's not. >> stephanie: gracias for saving my ass. linda -- >> caller: hi, steph. the republicans that identified themselves as christians with their morals aside so they could vote for the lying republicans who tried to steal our election. >> stephanie: yeah isn't that one of the big commandments.
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chris christie yesterday. >> i was extraordinarily disappointed last night. i was surprised that it ended as quickly as it did. but that's the way it goes. >> stephanie: way it goes. sucks to be you mitt. way it goes. you are gone. he votes for-obama. you know he did. obama put springsteen on the phone with him. >> you can't do that if you are from new jersey. >> and he cried. >> stephanie: he cried like a little girl. >> it was adorable. >> stephanie: phil in ohio. >> caller: hey, hi. stephanie i would like to know what do you think about congress having a special meeting going back and fixing it so they don't have insurance for free for their lives for them and the rest of their families.
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now this is in small towns -- like a hundred thousand people or less. >> stephanie: yeah. i'm glad we'll hear the end now of repealing obamacare. >> me too. >> stephanie: they have government health care -- >> absolutely. >> stephanie: and that's not even what we have. did you here that rush limbaugh said you can't beat santa claus and that's why obama won. that gives me even more hope that they are totally not understanding. >> it's something we are all paying into. >> and it helps and builds the middle class, which is something we are supposed to be doing. >> stephanie: exactly. can you get ready to say squee. >> squee! >> stephanie: chris kluwe next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>>for every discouraged voter, there are ten angry ones taking action. trickle down does not work. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> all of my friends, all of my friends are gay! >> stephanie: and i'm trying to recruit melissa. >> can i watch. >> stephanie: no come on! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. thirty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2. jim debate [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: who said we passed an important milestone today, ten twenty years from now we can tell our children about minnesota and maine, when people finally said enough. we are all americans and in this
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together who said that? >> todd akin. >> stephanie: no! [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: oh my god what a bad guess. no, chris kluwe, who joins us now. hi, chris. squee. >> hi, how are you doing? >> stephanie: good. you really summed it up. >> yeah it's great too sew people finally realizing this is about american citizens and living in the same country and hopefully treating each other properly. >> stephanie: you have had such a big part in that, because i think it is -- those are the moments when people go oh my favorite football player -- my favorite this or that, and the fact that you are a straight ally, and you have no
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compunction for standing up for what is right. >> yeah, ideally we get to a point where we don't have to have a single person talking out, we can all talk out. it should be news when someone speaks out against equality. >> stephanie: that's right. it's like that scene in the kevin klein movie when everyone stands up and says i am gay just to support him. [ laughter ] >> that's right. >> stephanie: i think -- i was reading a lot of the analysis and we were just talking about tammy baldwin being elected the first openly gay senator, but they said the progress was it wasn't an issue for either campaign. >> yeah, right. >> stephanie: that's progress, right? >> exactly. she was elected based on her
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merits as a senator. it should be what are your stances on the issues and how are you going to fix them. >> stephanie: right. it is such a short time ago when you look at -- was it 2004 they essentially won on this wedge issue. >> right. >> stephanie: in the campaign they ran against john kerry, right? >> exactly. and it does give me a brighter outlook on the future although there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. this amendment passed in 30 other states. >> stephanie: yeah. >> prop 8 will be heard at the supreme court in march. >> stephanie: right. right. and i need time because i haven't even turned melissa fitzgerald gay yet. so i need someone to marry first of all.
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>> yeah exactly. there's still work to be done, but this is a heartening first step. society is starting to realize that we are just people at the end of the day. >> stephanie: yeah. it's interesting i had -- being out here from california and going through the whole prop 8 battle, a lot of us felt a little funny about putting minority votes -- but you are right, this is the first time at the ballot box, because that's all they had before is oh it has never passed. and it's like if you put slavery to a vote in 19 -- whatever. that would have lost too, right. >> exactly. the country should never worry about minorities living in fear of the tyranny of the majority.
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that's part of the reason america came about. and if you look at that idea and expand it everyone should be free to live their own life, as long as they are not infringing on the rights of others. >> stephanie: right. a lot of people were saying supreme court. we have to have true equality in this country. this is what happened with prop 8 is we created this class of citizens that were in legal limbo. it creates i think the legal conclusion that has actually moved it forward, don't you think? >> yeah, and a lot of people are hesitant to -- i guess trust
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legislative action, but when you can do this it shows that even though gay people may be a minority in this country, there is a majority that think they should be treated like everybody else. >> stephanie: yes. a lot of the minorities won this huge vote in the election tuesday, right? >> right. and this country is variety verse. there's a lot of different people living in this country, and it is always changing. we have always included everyone. we haven't said stay out, it has always been what can you offer us? what can you bring? and once people figure out we're all americans, no matter your skin color, religion or sexuality, then it will do much better for this country. >> stephanie: yeah. chris what made you decide to get involved like this? and that's the other thing is it shouldn't take courage, you
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know, in something like professional football, and yet it did because again it seems like it's almost like the last bash-in of this mikismo, and i think that's the problem. because you didn't get a lot of backlash. >> i think football has changed a lot, because it is a young person's game. and for me personally that's how i am wired, if i'm going to do something, you are going to get my absolute best ability. so when i was asked to help out with the marriage amendment here, i'm not going to just give a half-assed effort. >> stephanie: yeah. and by the way thank you for my sparkle pony t-shirt. >> you are welcome.
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>> stephanie: and t-bone has on the other one. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: god bless ya and we have also said, football kind of a gay game in the first place a lot of tight ends and wide receivers -- the butt padding, all of that -- >> there is nothing like a firm ass slap that conveys gayness. [ laughter ] >> there you go. >> stephanie: all right. i will work on turning melissa fitzgerald gay you will officiate our wedding, and then drop kick our bouquet. >> i right explode the flowers, though. >> stephanie: no problem. chris thank you so much. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> stephanie: all right. situation fluid. he is fluid right now. got time -- >> i think you think it might be a little more fluid than it is.
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[ laughter ] >> just saying. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i'm -- that's because i am an optimistic sparkle pony. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: she is being a good sport. jody in florida. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, jody. >> caller: good morning. i have one question. >> stephanie: okay. >> caller: back before the 2008 election, rush limbaugh said that if obama won, he would move out of the country within five years. >> stephanie: really? >> caller: he did. i'm an old lady but i remember that. [ laughter ] >> and ted nugent is going to be in prison or dead. >> stephanie: we'll help you pack, rush. extra bags for oxycontin. fred from wisconsin. welcome. >> caller: yeah, i was on my way to the dentist yesterday kind of
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kicking myself for scheduling the day after the election only to discover that the clinic's satellite hookup had current tv and my dentist's assistant is a democrat and she tuned it in who was annoying my dentist who is a republican. it worked better than a sedative, and did not have any side affects, so it was perfect. >> look at that we have replaced novocain. >> stephanie: we'll be like that tim conway set on carol burnett. oh, and we were extra gloaty yesterday, too. >> little bit. ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ >> that's the wrong tooth!
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>> stephanie: sorry. >> our usual right-wing trolls have been really silent. >> stephanie: hello. billy in texas call me? road flair mary hello? [ crickets chirping ] >> a lot of my friends on both sides on facebook have been really open and let's move forward together. i'm seeing other things too, but very quickly everyone comes on board and says let's not be sore losers or sore winners. >> stephanie: yeah and if i can't have you, i would settle for road flair mary. i said when romney loses, i'll take you out for a drink at the roadside tavern. she said i don't drink! >> you should. >> stephanie: just a suggestion. i'm just saying. it's not a drinking problem.
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it's a solution, mary. >> yeah. >> you can't handle the truth! >> stephanie: mary little tip from me, glug glug glug. >> announcer: call the political party line now, 1-800-steph-1-2. ♪
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>> stephanie: uh-huh. it is the "stephanie miller show." this hour brought to you by go to my pc. they are amazing try go to my pc free for 45 days go to and click on the try it free button and type in the promo code stephanie. melissa fitzgerald with us. >> it was fun, and i'm so glad i did it. >> and that's why we won. >> stephanie: right? [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: speaking -- we were talking about media, like how they outnumber us in radio stations and all of that stuff. the sinclair stations that ran the [ inaudible ] voting ads. they make it seem like it's a
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news special. >> right, the preempt the normal nbc news or whatever -- and put on these specials and make them look like they are newscasts. >> why is this legal? >> yes. >> stephanie: a reporter said she had no choice in the matter. she said please take your complaints to our headquarters. [ applause ] >> when you are an anchor and reporter on tv, you have nothing but your credibility, and when your boss makes you do something like that and lose your credibility, that effects your livelihood. >> stephanie: yeah, fox news don't you think they totally blue their credibility on
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election night? >> absolutely. >> only on election night. >> stephanie: no not with us -- >> the people who believed them religiously. >> stephanie: that's what i'm saying. you watch this on air, and they were so stunned in the romney -- in the hall there, because they only watch fox news and dick morris told them -- >> it's going to be a landslide. obama is done! >> stephanie: right. but that is what i think is -- even chris wallace had to point out, karl rove raised millions of dollars -- it's like they take their marching orders from karl rove. when their own analysts already called the election. >> yeah. there is zero credibility. >> stephanie: don't you think fox news was going what? [ explosion ] >> it is the only place they have, so they'll stick with it.
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>> stephanie: would you like to hear the ten worst predictions of 2012. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: number one in pretty much every list dick morris. this is going to be a land side. morris wondered quote if it will replay the whole question of why the media played this race as a nail biter. roger kendall -- >> he is the guy who murdered his wife. >> stephanie: no. obama is toast. he had a book he said romney is going to win big time. he can tell you in three sill bombs, benghazi. karl rove predicted -- peggy noonan oh she borrowed diane
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sawyer's chardonnay. she said something old is roaring back. >> what the hell? >> stephanie: larry [ inaudible ] 330 electoral votes for mitt romney. michael barron predicted romney blowout. romney will easily take wisconsin -- dean chambers -- oh that's the unskewed polls guy chris, who is now getting nate silver's coffee. >> i said spenda! >> stephanie: he said this race has shifted profoundly in favor of mitt romney. uh-huh. he described nate silver as a
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man of very small stature a thin and effeminate man. newt gingrich, remember that. romney landslide. romney will take 53% of the popular vote. my personal guess, frankly -- >> he did go on cnn yesterday and said i was wrong. >> stephanie: wow! >> yeah, i hate to do this but i give credit to newt gingrich for walking it back. >> stephanie: well, what else can you do? >> well i know -- >> you cannot go on cnn. >> yeah peggy noonan isn't going anywhere to say i am wrong. >> i'm so upset about it i'm going to divorce my current wife. >> but newt gingrich is still looking for a job. it's awesome. >> stephanie: no, but that's what they were saying we have
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two sets of numbers now, and math, and they want -- it's almost like they were saying -- dick morris will still have a job because they just want people who will make them feel better. >> and i think they were trying to influence the outcome. >> stephanie: yeah. >> prognostication. >> stephanie: liam in denver. you are on with melissa and company. >> caller: good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i was so happy that we won i was even happier to watch donald trump completely meltdown. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: i think rush limbaugh should be worried because we now have a new cheerleader for the whacko division, and it's trump
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the chump. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: but, yeah i just -- i couldn't be happier with the way things turned out, and i'm also noticing that all of the junk that i have been getting on facebook and email has stopped. >> stephanie: yeah, that's the main bonus. oh, thank god. ♪ hallelujah ♪ >> stephanie: god, please. please. right-wing friends maintain radio silence. >> we haven't heard much from orly taitz? >> stephanie: we should have her back in soon. smoking hot obama activist melissa fitzgerald. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. we'll see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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